SAP threatens Aussie wine group with legal action

SAP has threatened legal action against an Australian customer who complained about ongoing difficulties with an R/3 implementation. The Australian Wine Society was threatened with litigation after a society spokesperson labeled its SAP installation 'a dog' .

SAP has threatened legal action against one of its blue chip midrange customers after it spoke to Computerworld about ongoing difficulties with an R/3 implementation.

Robert MacMahon, chief executive officer at the Australian Wine Society (AWS), said he was contacted by SAP's Australian managing director Tony Harris on Friday March 19, after the story on its R/3 problems appeared in Computerworld.

MacMahon said Harris threatened the AWS with litigation after a Society spokesperson labeled its SAP installation "a dog" and said the ERP (enterprise resource planning) software vendor had "oversold" the system's capabilities.

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